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25 October 2007

Photo Feature By Steve Latham

Highlights of the JSU Homecoming 2007 Parade

The Alumni House is a popular site from which to view the parade.

People take a moment to chat at the Alumni House before and after the parade.

Sorority members are on hand to greet their representative making an appearance in the parade as a member of the Homecoming Court. They pick their viewing spot facing the Alumni House on the other side of Pelham Road.

President Meehan, with his wife and children, take their place on the Viewing Stand set up in front of  the Alumni House after making their initial entrance at the forefront of the Parade ushering in the beginning of the Homecoming 2007 parade. Jamie Langley, the reigning Miss Alabama, takes her seat next to JSU's first family.

Jamie Langley, Miss Alabama 2007, served as this year's Grand Marshall and is shown here cutting the ribbon officially beginning this year's homecoming parade.

Gamecock fans, both young and old, enjoy the sights and sounds of the parade as it passes by.

Some parade watchers chose to take photos of memorable sights of the day.

JSU's Cocky pauses to acknowledge the crowd as he approaches the end of his march in the Homecoming parade.

JSU Senior Valencia Cantrell makes her appearance in the parade as JSU's 2007 Homecoming Queen.

Another JSU campus beauty makes an appearance in this year's parade. Jessica Andrews, Miss JSU 2007, waves to the crowd in this year's Homecoming ride.

The Elite Lettermen's Club--JSU's ROTC Alumni from 1979-83--put in an appearance in this year's parade.  Shown here, from left, are Maurice Bowles, Tracy Bryant, Jesse Carpenter, Mike Hollaway, Bill (Wild Bill) Huggins, Gene Wisdom, Jim Sullivan, Theo Galzerano and Brian Chatham..

Colorful floats, such as this one created by Sigma Phi Epsilon which was awarded third place in the competition, displayed this year's Homecoming theme: "Party Like a Gamecock."

JSU's Marching Ballerinas march by displaying their traditional flair as the parade comes to a close.

JSU's Marching Southerners close the parade down while sounds of the JSU Fight Song linger as the crowd turns to leave.

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